Shiso Salmon Poke, this completely unique recipe highlights salmon's delicate flavor.
Wisefish Poké is a laid-back seafood shop dedicated to unterschied lotto toto Hawaiis much-celebrated raw fish dish, poké.Remove bones and skin from your salmon, if any, and cut the fish into chunks.Fresh caught fish must surely taste better than the sushi-grade salmon I ordered from Amazon, right?These days, Dan eats and enjoys all manner of Asian (and non-Asian) foods.Wisefish Poké is anchored by a commitment to excellent, responsibly-sourced seafood and warm hospitality.I dragged him along to Chinese New Years dinners at family friends houses (where he would be obligated to at least try everything to avoid offending the hosts cajoled him into trying Szechuan food in Chinatown, bullied him into taking me out for Korean BBQ.Our team works closely with our purveyors to ensure we're securing the best catch, day after day.You save time, and we still get to seeing your smiling face!Taste and adjust seasonings.Place orders in advance, for pick-up at the restaurant.263 West 19th Street (just east of 8th Avenue).We exclusively serve responsibly-sourced seafood, exceptional in quality.
Im also kinda sorta posting this Hawaiian recipe in the hopes that Dans cousin Katie will see it and be swayed to have her wedding in Hawaii next year.
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Big with rice 16, big Hawaiian Style.Either way, thanks for making Wisefish a part of your day.This Salmon Avocado Poke Bowl (not actually a bowl in the photos cuz the bowl pictures were aggravating me) is inspired by and pays homage to Dans first salmon avocado sushi roll experience. .Spicy food gave him indigestion, and sushi (of course) was a no go because he refused to eat raw fish.Serve with extra diced green onions and sesame seeds on top of steamed white rice that has been cooled to room temperature.Ingredients 1 lb sushi-grade salmon 1 avocado, cubed, cooked white rice, to serve red onion, finely diced cup green onions, chopped cup soy sauce 2 tbsp white sugar cup sesame oil tsp ground ginger, sesame seeds.3.4.3174 (Slightly adapted from Something Is Done ).
So I took it upon myself to re-educate his taste buds.
Not that this fish didnt taste good cuz it did.





What I wouldnt give for a legit fish market around here so we could eat like this everyday.